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I am not a huge fan of Microsoft’s Visual suite and therefore use the GNU-related alternatives.

Problem is: I receive undefined reference errors in both [b:132kbzn5]Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2[/b:132kbzn5] and [b:132kbzn5]Code::Blocks 10.05[/b:132kbzn5] for [b:132kbzn5]FMODEx 4.32[/b:132kbzn5]. I include the needed headers where they are needed and I of course add the static library to the project.

My code is compiling fine on both IDEs, with both old and newer versions of GCC. The linker however fails identically.
On what version(s) of MinGW tools and IDEs do you test your work?

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1) You cannot use the c++ interfaces, use the straight c version

include <fmod.h>

//System::Create becomes
FMOD_SYSTEM *mainsystem
FMOD_System_Create(&mainsystem);

2) Include the fmodex.a in the extra libraries in the project settings.

Search the forum for dev-c++ and ming

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I’ve noticed the new PDF describing this issue. I just installed the latest FMODEx yesterday. Hope this issue will be resolved soon.

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On windows we only support the C++ interface for Visual Studio. Other compilers must use the C interface. If you encounter any issues with the C interface we would be happy to help. Currently we have no plans to add C++ support for any other compilers on windows.

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[quote="peter":5e73xyyg]On windows we only support the C++ interface for Visual Studio. Other compilers must use the C interface. If you encounter any issues with the C interface we would be happy to help. Currently we have no plans to add C++ support for any other compilers on windows.[/quote:5e73xyyg]
Вот уроды! У них на VS только C++, а на все остальные компиляторы только чистый Си, блин.

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